John R. Taylor
Utako Shindo is an artist, and creates installation artwork with an attempt to open a poetic place that can provoke audiences’ subtle and nuanced understandings of the world. Comprised of visual, aural and spatial components, her work embodies various transference processes: between image and material, sound and texture, architecture and atmosphere, and subject and object.
During her residency, Utako Shindo’s project articulated light/shadow and sound/silence in its ‘millie: in-between’, with works on paper and video works, which comprised of a wall installation in the studio, as a form of visual poetry. Shindo’s engagement with and research through the Bundanon Collection and resources were reflected in the creative processes.